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Dr. Griffin talks about the link between diabetes & kidney failure, and the importance of sleep!

Dr. Ivan Hernandez is a father, a fitness enthusiast and a New York State Doctor of Physical Therapy. His primary purpose to help people live a life that is gratifying through being well. He discusses what we need to know about Alzheimer’s Disease, which afflicts African Americans at twice the rate of the rest of […]

Jo Jo Martin calls Erica Campbell & GRIFF– from a hospital bed -to talk about his powerful testimony. He opens up about living with Renal Disease, and surviving a brother who lost his life due to kidney failure. He talks about the process of giving a kidney to someone who is on the transplant list, and what is usually […]

Letting sleeping dogs — and cats — lie could make you sick, a paper to be published by a U.S. Centers for Disease Control journal warns. That pet in your bed could be passing on meningitis, toxocariasis or cat-scratch disease, among others. “We don’t want to scare people, but especially for children and people with […]

VIA: WebMD.Com Some inheritances are a curse. I don’t mean your grandmother’s cabinet of porcelain fawns, nor your uncle’s portfolio of watercolor still lifes, nor…

VIA: WebMD.Com Some inheritances are a curse. I don’t mean your grandmother’s cabinet of porcelain fawns, nor your uncle’s portfolio of watercolor still lifes, nor the 40 years of Model Railroader magazines stowed in the rafters of your dad’s garage. Worse than any of these is the hand-me-down that could be hiding in your genes. […]

VIA: WEBMD.COM If not controlled, diabetes can put you at risk for a host of complications that can affect nearly every organ in the body. They include: • The heart and blood vessels • The eyes • The kidneys • The nerves • The gums and teeth • Heart Disease, Blood Vessel Disease, and Diabetes […]

VIA: WEBMD.COM – PHOTO VIA: SAVVYHEALTHFITNESS.COM Learn the lifestyle changes that can get rid of your type 2 diabetes.   Type 2 diabetes can’t be cured, but it can be reversed by eating right and exercising regularly. Do what Karen Parrish, 53, did: Take control of your disease rather than letting your disease control you. […]